George Clooney

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  • The Men Who Stare At Goats

    Movie Review | Rob | 11th November 2009

    Ewan McGregor, you may remember, is actually an actor, and a pretty good one at that. When he's not gallivanting around the world with Charley Boorman on a bike, getting a sore arse, he does occasionally find time to make a film or two.

  • Fantastic Mr. Fox

    Movie Review | Anna | 26th October 2009

    Wes Anderson has always combined the neuroticism of Woody Allen with the visual flair of Michel Gondry to examine an assortment of fucked up families. Not exactly a winning formula for a kid's film, so it was a surprising move for Anderson to turn his attention to Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox. It shouldn't, but the melding of the over-active imaginations of Dahl and Anderson just about works.

  • Fantastic Mr. Fox poster is quirky, colourful

    Movie News | Ali | 27th September 2009

    Shock: the poster for the new Wes Anderson movie features characters dressed in a quirky fashion, garish colours and Jason Schwartzman.

  • Up In The Air teaser trailer

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 9th September 2009

    George Clooney wants you to think about your life. Like, seriously. But it'll be lighthearted, because it's from the director of Juno, homeskillet. Thundercats are GO! Etc.

  • The Men Who Stare At Goats trailer

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 29th August 2009

    George Clooney is back in the Middle East, but he's not stealing Kuwaiti bullion or trying to win an Oscar; he's trying to kill a goat with his mind. It's a comedy! Hooray!

  • Burn After Reading

    Movie Review | Ali | 19th October 2008

    Just nine short months after No Country For Old Men was released to critical acclaim and just eight short months after it bagged the Best Picture Oscar (among others), the Coen brothers present a film that couldn't be more different in tone. There are similarities - like Llewelyn Moss, the central characters here are forced into...

  • Intolerable Cruelty

    Movie Review | Ali | 2nd January 2005

    The Coen brothers are part of that rare breed in Hollywood - a duo who are unafraid to take risks, who refuse to be pigeonholed into any particular genre and who maintain a wholly credible track record. Strange then, that they should choose to focus their attention on what appears to be a straight-laced romantic comedy, the kin...